Within a year of marriage or relationship, women lose interest in physical contact with partners. After just 12 months of living together, there is no sexual attraction for women, according to a study.
British online The Independent reported that a recent researcher from the UK’s Southampton University did the research. This research report has been published in the British Medical Journal Open.
According to the report, 4,839 men and 6,669 women took part in the study. They are between 16 and 74 years old.
The research report says women participating in the study said they quickly lost interest in physical contact with the peers. Even after the birth of the child, the interest decreased further.
Professor Cynthia Graham of the Center for Sexual Health Research, Cycling, University of Southampton’s main research team, said that the risk of intercourse is mainly due to fatigue and fatigue. Apart from this, this is happening due to mutual emotions and relationship between partner and partner and health problems.
Researchers say, the experience of sexual intercourse due to physical intercourse and the physical intercourse for somebody in the past has greatly enhanced this tendency.
It is said in the research report that for women between 55 and 64 years of age, the risk of physical intercourse is the lowest. And this trend decreases for men 35 to 44 years. However, the researchers did not confirm whether women were menopause or not. 34 percent of women who took part in the study said they have no sexual attraction to their partners. On the other hand, only 15 percent of the men said this.
It is also reported in the study that between 18 and 29 years of age, men and women make an average of 112 times a year. It decreases with age as it decreases. At the age of 30 to 39 years, male and female average physical intercourse with partner or partner 26 times. In addition to those who have multiple partners, there is a tendency for rapid decline in sexual attraction towards any partner. And one in every five elderly women is not satisfied with their sexual life.